Mini Athletics makes a difference to the lives of children and franchisees.
When Clare and Kirk Bowyer co-founded Mini Athletics, they wanted to build a class that was an imaginative and positive sporting environment for children. However, they also wanted to build a franchise business that worked for individuals that wanted a better work life balance.
Mini Athletics gives individuals an opportunity to run their own business through franchising. The established franchise model has a proven track-record of giving franchisees a great work-life balance and a successful, profitable, rewarding business that fits around their family.
Mini Athletics franchisees come from a range of backgrounds. Previous experience in teaching or coaching is not essential as HQ provide all of the training in order to upskill in this area.
Mini Athletics are looking for franchisees who are passionate and enthusiastic about inspiring children through sport and developing physical, cognitive and social skills.
It is important that franchisees have the focus to build their business. Mini Athletics HQ supply all the support franchisees need and help build plans and business goals. Franchisees just need the focus in order to achieve these.
A franchisee needs to be able to build good relationships with a range of people, whether that’s encouraging and inspiring children, communicating with parents, or leading a team of coaches.
The Mini Athletics website and online systems give franchisees all the resources they need to develop their own business. However, franchisees do need to be highly organised in order to effectively manage their business.
Why Mini Athletics?
Mini Athletics is a proven and successful franchise model, with more than 30 franchisees across two continents. Mini Athletics provide a full support system, carefully planned sessions and activities, comprehensive training, easy to use administration systems and ongoing business education.
If you are interested in becoming a franchisee, please contact us by filling out the following form: